COAL PRIZE ART&ENVIRONMENT 2011: APPLY NOW! Description The COAL Art & Environment prize was launched in 2010 by the French association COAL, the coalition for art and sustainable development, to reward a project about the environment by a contemporary artist.
Children and Artists Dream of Greener Wetlands Artists from all countries are invited to send a proposal for a site-specific outdoor sculpture installation that will involve working with local elementary school children to create an artwork focused on making the Cheng Long Wetlands a ‘greener’ place where biodiversity can flourish. This year the emphasis will… Continue reading 2011 CHENG LONG WETLANDS International Environmental Art Project in Taiwan
RESIDENCY AT THE BAMBOO CURTAIN STUDIO, TAIPEI, TAIWAN The Bamboo Curtain Studio has been actively supporting creative talents for the past 15 years. Within our four reused spaces, we have been celebrating the arts and empowering the lives of over 200 local and 30 international artists, with much sharing across communities, collaborating regional and exchanging… Continue reading 2011 OPEN CALL FOR EMERGING ARTISTS
Please join Aviva Rahmani for the launch of two new films, Desecration and Resurrection. The premiere is part of the eartotheearth festival www.emfproductions.org As the British Petroleum oil spill unfolded in the Gulf of Mexico, a restored intertidal salt marsh in the Gulf of Maine was coming back to life. Performing Ecology, a Vision for the… Continue reading Performing Ecology, a Vision for the Gulf of Mexico
SymbioticA. Symposium November 26th to 28th, 2010 A symposium exploring the possibilities and difficulties of the diversity of life through critical investigations in art, ecology and activism. The ecology of biodiversity is based upon an uncertain definition, incomplete statistics and the need to act in a world without balance. While multiple flora and fauna databases… Continue reading A symposium in Western Australia on Unruly ecologies: Biodiversity and art
OPEN CALL FOR PROPOSALS The Aarhus Art Building,?Centre for Contemporary Art, Denmark Artists and curators are?hereby invited to submit?proposals for 2011. Deadline March 15th www.aarhuskunstbygning.dk